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Press Releases from Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative (8 total)

Three new members joined Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative

April 18, 2011 – Kiev – Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative, a leading Ukrainian alliance in Offshore Software Development and IT industry, approved three new members. Ignite ( leading global offshore software development company, with a fresh, open approach to software development. Ignite provides an agile global delivery model with Israeli, European and U.S. onsite personnel in the front and offshore development centers (ODC) in Eastern Europe, both EU and non-EU offshore destinations. Zfort

Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative started working on the “Central and Eastern Europ …

10 March, 2009 – KIEV – In 2008 Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative conducted a brief research “Central and Eastern Europe IT Outsourcing Review 2007”. This research is one of the few public researches which cover the situation on IT outsourcing market in the Central and Eastern European countries, and it has received a great number of positive feedbacks. Considering a significant value of “Central and Eastern Europe IT Outsourcing Review 2007”,

Updated version of information portal was launched

10 November, 2008 – Kiev – – information analytic platform about IT outsourcing in countries of Central and Eastern Europe. is the first project of Central and Eastern European Outsourcing Association (CEEOA). The main objectives of portal are to form the complete view on the potential of CEE region - the promising cluster for outsourcing services provision and to create the common information flow about IT outsourcing and

Outsourcing Association to be founded in Central and Eastern Europe

Budapest – 21 October, 2008 - Outsourcing Associated bodies and Branch Associations from the Baltics, Ukraine, Hungary, Bulgaria and Romania consolidate their resources and established Central and Eastern European Outsourcing Association (CEEOA) with the purpose to promote CEE region as competitive alternative to other Global offshoring destinations, and to increase services delivery quality and volumes under recognized standards. Central and East European (CEE) countries are very small players in the Global

Central & Eastern Europe IT Outsourcing Review

Kiev, May 5, 2008 – By the results of the “Central & Eastern Europe IT Outsourcing Review ‘2007”, conducted by Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative with the support of information portal, Baltic Outsourcing Association (Lithuania), Employers’ Association of the Software and Services Industry (Romania) and JNN Consult Ltd (Bulgaria) – in 2007 IT Outsourcing market of the Central and Eastern Europe reached a volume of 3 bln. US dollars.

Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative has become a strategic partner of forthcoming confe …

April 10, 2008, Kiev – Ukrainian Hi-Tech Initiative has become a strategic partner of conference TMT.Ventures’08 Kiev, which will take place on April, 17 in hotel Hyatt Residence, Kiev. The conference is organized by New Europe Events in cooperation with the Warsaw Stock Exchange and MCI Management that are very interested in attracting Ukrainian fast growing companies. TMT.Ventures has a long history of stimulating entrepreneurship and technology investments in the Central and

On 1-2 November 2007 the fourth annual Ukrainian Outsourcing Forum 2007 has been …

The Forum objectives are boosting software development and outsourcing services market, discussion of global trends in IT markets, and addressing current issues in the outsourcing area. Ukrainian Outsourcing Forum is the major event of Ukrainian software development industry. Participation in the Forum provides a possibility for Ukrainian and Eastern European companies to present their potential to the clients, establish business relations and sign advantageous contracts. During the Forum opening,

Annual Ukrainian Outsourcing Forum `2007 will be held in Kiev on November 1-2, 2 …

Outsourcing services gain more and more popularity on the markets of developed countries. Only recently outsourcing has caused apprehension and offshore outsourcing services were utilized by either large companies or professionals in the area. Now this is a common business practice. In 2007 IDC research company is anticipating rapid growth of small and medium business influence on expansion of existing IT market segments and creation of new ones. Overall changes

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